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The February/March 2014 issue of Rural Heritage is now available. See the list of great stories we offer in this issue.
Get your issue at Tractor Supply, Farm & Fleet (Beginning Feb 1) or order a subscription for delivery to your mailbox or computer.
A day of living history in Colfax, Washington. Using only authentic, original equipment and draft animals, this old fashioned wheat threshing bee showcases many antique implements at work including: A push header, Header wagons, Derrick Table, Stationary separator and a Case steam engine. DVD, 41 minutes.
Blacksmithing is one of the traditional “lost arts” deserving re-discovery by anyone interested in do-it-yourself building and crafting. Charles McRaven discovered blacksmithing when he moved “back to the land” in the 1970s and shares his knowledge in The Blacksmith’s Craft. Creating one’s own tools and instruments from metal enhances woo...
Salatin discusses how far removed we are from the simple, sustainable joy that comes from living close to the land and the people we love. Salatin has many thoughts on what normal is and shares practical and philosophical ideas for changing our lives in small ways that have big impact.
Introduction to horse-safe fences - including wire strand, woven wire, Jackleg, post and rail, post and plank - and selecting the most suitable fencing for a large or small pasture, corral, paddock, or training pen. Contents: 1. Fencing Tools 2. Choosing the Right Fence Posts 3. Anchor Posts and Braces: The Backbon...
Features: A Day at the Beach...Muleskinner Style Trout Fishing at Milking Time Bruce Matthews - Old Tools & New Philosophies Gullies, Ditches and Erosion Control USDA Looks to Start Final Push on NAIS Twin Percheron Foals A One-of-a-kind Bull More th...